Valentina Ogaryan, PhD
Valentina Ogaryan, PhD, obtained her doctorate degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on family and couples at the California School of Professional Psychology in 2017. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in sociology at the University of California, San Diego, she pursued a master’s degree at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Throughout her graduate training, Dr. Ogaryan has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds in various settings including inpatient psychiatric hospitals, community mental health settings, and outpatient medical centers. Throughout her time at PCH, Dr. Ogaryan has held various roles, including Assistant Clinical Director and Residence Director. Currently, Dr. Ogaryan serves the needs of clients in the admissions and intake department at PCH. Outside of PCH, Dr. Ogaryan is the Training Director at the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology, supervising and training the next generation of psycho oncologists. Her clinical work focuses on supporting patients impacted by a cancer diagnosis as well as their loved ones.